For the third year in a row, you can celebrate the Jewish holiday in the unlikeliest of places - a Muslim house of worship. The Muslin-Jewish Solidarity Committee brings people together with this interfaith Seder. The evening will be led by Rabbi Lauren Grabelle Hermann and hosted by Imam Ahmed Dewidar. Learn more about the Jewish holiday, enjoy a halal/kosher meal, and be part of the continuing interfaith relationship building.
This is a great opportunity to come taste five rare agave based spirits and learn about mescal and others that are slowly becoming more popular than their cousin tequila. Hosted by Lou Bank of SACRED, you'll hear stories about the people who make this traditional elixir in Mexico and proceeds from the event will go to help their communities.
This festival is back at Bowery Hotel for another spirited event. A live 1920's-era jazz band plays in a speakeasy-esque environment while you're able to try nips from over 20 different craft distilleries. Many exciting local businesses are featured including Widow Jane, Barrows Intense, and Manhattan Moonshine.
From lobster rolls to pizza to mac and cheese, the food truck scene in New York is hotter than ever. Grand Bazaar NYC hosts this annual food truck festival with profits donated to four local public schools. The usual market of over 100 vendors will be on site along with a dozen of the city's best food trucks.